Sundays: 10 a.m. - Holy Eucharist
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - Morning Prayer at 10 a.m. (in the choir area)
The doors at St. Luke's Episcopal Church will open for you on First Friday, August 7!
Fr. Bob Lambert will give blessings-on-the-go to businesses and people in the downtown area from 5:00pm - 5:30pm.
Church members will offer guided tours of the historic Sanctuary from 5:30pm - 7:00pm.
A "Scavenger Hunt" is new this month! Enjoy good old-fashioned fun in the courtyard from 5:00pm -7:00pm.
At 6:00pm the Racine Public Library will demonstrate their 3-D printer and the types of items it can make. A craft project will also be provided.
Prayers for the needs of the world will be offered at 7:00pm. Donations for the Racine County Food Bank will be gratefully accepted.
Mark your calendars for a Blessing of the Animals on September 4!
The problem of homelessness in our community continues to grow with no answer for safety and shelter for all who are in need in sight. It is past time for a solution and now is the time for action.
The Hospitality Center, St. Luke's Episcopal Church and First Baptist Church now call for a shelter solution for all who are in need in Racine and announce a call to action. Our first action is to pray!
We invite people of faith and of all faith traditions to gather to pray for the Spirit of the Living God to mightily move so there is safety and shelter for all who are in need.
Where: St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 614 Main St. (corner of 7th and Main Street)
When: Every Monday, beginning Monday, June 15.
We gather in the sanctuary of St. Luke's Episcopal Church. We begin with an individual prayer vigil at 4:00. Come when you can, stay as long as you are able to. We join together at 6:30 to raise our voices as we cry out to God to answer our plea for justice for the most vulnerable among us - those without safety and without homes. Through prayer, we seek the face of God, call attention to the plight of our brothers and sisters experiencing homelessness, and pray for community leaders to lead the call to create a safe place where all who seek shelter can find a safe place to lay their heads.
Let us pray -
Almighty and most merciful God, we remember before you all who are experiencing homelessness in Racine and who have none to care for them. It would be easy for us to forget them. Help us find shelter for our sisters and brothers and offer help and hope, that their sorrow may be turned into joy. Amen
We pray at the corner of 7th and Main Street every Monday night until a viable shelter solution for all who are in need is found.
Please contact The Rev. Kevin Stewart at 414-345-7971 or at email@example.com for further information or to learn how you can become further involved.
The church building of St. Luke’s has graced the Racine skyline for over 164 years and continues to be a beacon to multitudes seeking to find God. We are a diverse congregation seeking to know, serve, and love all who come to join us week by week. Through worship and music, Christian education for all ages, outreach ministry, and opportunities for spiritual growth and nurture, the members of our congregation are challenged to live out their baptismal covenant in a world that is desperate for a word of love, healing, and reconciliation. You are invited to join us in our life and ministry as Episcopalians by attending service on Sundays and weekdays and participating in our programs and ministries which seek to serve all in the name of Jesus.
Rooted in the Anglican tradition and liturgical expression of worship, study, prayer, and music, we the parishioners of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church are guided by God to celebrate the gospel by living each day in service to our families, friends, and neighbors. May all who enter our church feel safe and welcome.